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“Some Came Running” Released to Limited-Edition CD

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Some Came Running
Composed and Conducted by Elmer Bernstein, 2007
(Film Score Monthly – FSM1001)
Special Edition of 3000 copies

Song: “To Love and Be Loved” Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Music by James Van Heusen

1. Prelude 1:47
2. Fifty Dollars/Home Town 1:05
3. Dave’s Double Life 2:08
4. Smitty’s Cocktail Hour/Quonset 0:40
5. The View From Parkman 1:53
6. Gwen 0:55
7. Better Beguine 1:35
8. Thwarted 1:50
9. On the Head 1:06
10. Short Noise 0:29
11. Like Wow 3:15
12. Mambo for Ginny 1:30
13. Fight 1:20
14. Gwen’s Theme/Metamorphosis 5:24
15. Frank Rejected 1:13
16. Tryst 1:50
17. Comes the Dawn 1:16
18. Rejection 2:47
19. To Love and Be Loved (instrumental) 1:57
20. Dawn at Dawn 0:53
21. Discovery/Parting 1:48
22. Ginny 2:24
23. The Noblest Act 1:14
24. Tired/No Help/Reflection 1:17
25. Live It Up 1:29
26. Pursuit, Part 1 1:47
27. Pursuit, Part 2 1:44
28. Denouement 2:06
29. Shock 2:00
30. Catharsis 0:59
Total Time: 52:40
BONUS TRACKS:
31. Live It Up/Crocked 2:13
32. Blues (improvisation)/After You’ve Gone (Henry Creamer & Turner Layton) 2:47
33. Don’t Blame Me (Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields) 3:21
34. Blue Moon (Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers) 3:09
35. Calliope I 1:15
36. Calliope II 1:34
37. Calliope III 0:45
38. Calliope IV 0:49
39. Waltz Around 1:05
40. Carnival Corn 2:12
41. Round and Round 2:02
42. Mary Go Round and Round 1:23
43. To Love and Be Loved (vocal) 2:56
Total Time: 26:01
Total Disc Time: 78:48

Elmer Bernstein’s brand of big-band jazz can at last be enjoyed in entirety in this limited-edition release of “Some Came Running.”

Featuring Bernstein’s charismatic versatility, the score evokes moments of musical Americana that extends from full orchestra to the blues, as Sinatra’s character struggles between “polite society” and the dark underside of the nightclub scene. Bernstein’s rendition of Sammy Cahn and James Van Heusen’s, “To Love and Be Loved,” is an original.

This release of the 1958 score has been masterfully and painstakingly reconstructed, almost entirely in stereo, and with exemplary sound quality on this 3000-copy release by Film Score Monthly.

For more information, or to purchase, please visit the Screen Archives website.

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